Skanör – a quaint fishing town in the South of Sweden

Right at the bottom of Sweden, on the Western side facing Denmark, there´s a funny little horn sticking out into the sea. It hosts two tiny little towns and the area is officially known as Skanör Falsterbo.

Skanör is a quaint and buzzy little harbour town, where you can buy fresh fish and seafood. The beaches stretch white and vast. You can park your car near the harbour and walk North along the sea past the beach huts, further out on a desolate plain.

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The houses are low and super cute and come in all colours. This part of the country is famous for it´s geese, and there´s even a goose crossing and a goose raise in the summer.

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